Gone are the days, when organizations employ certified networking experts who specialize in just one part of the technology. “3GC has evolved itself to provide “converged” engineers to keep up with the latest trends in converged technologies,” states Park, the CEO of 3GC Group. The “convergence movement” in technology is an evolutionary change combining resources and applications together for interoperability and optimization, which has made consulting for enterprise IT teams more important than ever.
3GC’s core philosophy is in ensuring that each of its engineers achieves expertise in a minimum of three different IT disciplines, giving them a competitive edge. Called “E-Cubed” or Engineering-Cubed, this practice allows for IT problem-solving and network infrastructure solution design in less time and at a much lower cost, since every 3GC engineer is certified and experienced in one core technology—like Switching/ Routing, hyper-converged networking, or UC—one perimeter technology—WiFi, Firewall, SD-WAN, then either a specialized security tool—or automation software like Python or Ansible.
The actual engagement with a customer starts with 3GC’s discussion with CIOs, understanding their requirements, goals, and their data in their digital transformation journey. After analyzing all the seven layers of their network and the utilization of their data by the end-users and across the supply chain, 3GC develops a custom roadmap program for network infrastructure re-design, implementation, automation and management, working hand-in-hand with the CIO and teams throughout the process.
3GC empowers clients to take control of new technologies by combining engineering competence with operational experience. From systems design, implementation, and integration, to management services for a complete end-to-end turnkey solution for an enterprise’s converged network, 3GC offers advanced solutions that will take enterprises to the next level of IT performance. Currently focused on building platforms to automate infrastructure management for its clients, 3GC intends to develop blockchain platforms to automate security compliance. “As blockchain protocols standardize and enterprises apply it into business workflows, machine learning and AI will spread like wildfire across the internet, we’re getting prepared for this wave of innovation,” concludes Park.